wrongo

wrongo

(ˈrɔŋo)
1. mod. wrong. Wrongo, wrongo! You lose!
2. n. an undesirable thing or person; a member of the underworld. This whole business is a complete wrongo. Something’s fishy.
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Wrongo Dongo Mourvedre - From the often overlooked growing area Jumilla in southern Spain this red beauty is all about rich dark fruit with a lush medium body.
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I didn't know, for example, that Wrongo "lost something very valuable to him in Sefton Park" (Neil said we had to use our imaginations).
SIPS & NIBBLES: The 2004 Wrongo Dongo from Spain's Juan Gil Winery in Jumilla is 100 percent monastrell (mourvedre) grapes and a full fruity red at $7.
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